F1 Control Room Chooses Mura

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F1 Australian Grand Prix Officials Get Best Seats in House Thanks to Matrox-Powered Video Wall

The first event on the Formula One calendar, the F1 Australian Grand Prix is a huge deal, with the race control room serving as its mission-critical command center. With officials required to track driver speeds, monitor the weather, and manage potential emergencies, the 2012 control room was outfitted with a 12-monitor video wall, powered by Matrox Mura MPX controller boards. Displaying content from 42 inputs in one convenient location, it constituted a stunning, yet affordable solution, meeting even the Australian Grand Prix Corporation’s strictest requirements.

H σειρά Mura MPX της Μatrox έχει επιλεγεί να οδηγήσει το video wall των 12 monitors του control room του αγώνα για τους εξής λόγους:

  • Cost-effectiveness, with boards featuring both HD inputs and outputs
  • Interoperability, with the controller system in question able to house up to six different boards
  • User-friendly installation and subsequent video wall management with the Mura Network API
  • Flexibility and compatibility with the F1 Australian Grand Prix’s analog-based cameras as well as IP-based systems for future deployment

Περισσότερες πληροφορίες εδώ.F1 Australian Grand Prix Officials Get Best Seats in House Thanks to Matrox-Powered Video Wall
The first event on the Formula One calendar, the F1 Australian Grand Prix is a huge deal, with the race control room serving as its mission-critical command center. With officials required to track driver speeds, monitor the weather, and manage potential emergencies, the 2012 control room was outfitted with a 12-monitor video wall, powered by Matrox Mura MPX controller boards. Displaying content from 42 inputs in one convenient location, it constituted a stunning, yet affordable solution, meeting even the Australian Grand Prix Corporation’s strictest requirements.
Matrox Mura MPX Series was chosen to drive the race control room’s 12-monitor hub because of its:

  • Cost-effectiveness, with boards featuring both HD inputs and outputs
  • Interoperability, with the controller system in question able to house up to six different boards
  • User-friendly installation and subsequent video wall management with the Mura Network API
  • Flexibility and compatibility with the F1 Australian Grand Prix’s analog-based cameras as well as IP-based systems for future deployment

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